“Unity in diversity” in fact is more than a European Commission Logo. Pakistani Women in Dutch Society is about one community from many others who find a place to live in peace without Taliban, military threat or lack of resources. Overseas Progressive Pakistanis organized this event, which still creates a profound debate in all societies around the world. You can listen to a few ideas of them, and the most special one is the connection between Democracy and Religion special in Pakistan society:
I love Pakistan even all I know about it is Meesha Shafi, Malala Yousafzai, and Shahid Zahoor. Anyway when Overseas Progressive Pakistanis announced his event about the Integration of Pakistani Women in Dutch Society I considered my chance to “touch” Pakistan even abroad in the Netherlands until I full fill my dream to explore the field country. I succeed in changing some words with Mr. Aamir Rana, Mr. Mansoor Alam, Mr. Amer Morgahi which is an Urdu teacher and Mrs. Iffat Gill, founder at The Code to Change – Amsterdam Women in Technology.
The women’s rights subject is sensitive across the European Union and almost forbidden in Muslim countries. After the last social research, a correlation between poverty and human rights is still found with profound effects on women and children’s development. More than this, the mother’s free time and incomes directly influence the chance of new birth to become educated and possess a better job. According to The Economist, printed edition from May 5th – 11th 2018 about financial inclusion special report: “One example of a country where financial exclusion is extreme but prospects for greatly reducing it seems bright is Pakistan. Only 24% of the adult population there have bank accounts, a further 7% use other formal financial services, and 24% are served informally. But the country has a huge population (about 210m), much of it young; a high level of mobile-phone penetration (146m accounts) and mobile-signal coverage; a decent regulatory framework; and a vibrant ecosystem of non-profits and foreign and domestic businesses committed to the market. Kosta Peric of the Gates Foundation believes that Pakistan is on its way to becoming “the first fully connected and inclusive economy.”
Mrs. Iffat Gill, one of the spokespeople at the event, is involved in education for women from Pakistan and it is easy to understand that integration in Dutch society can be facilitated through fast technology attendance. Overseas Progressive Pakistanis have an essential role in organizing bridges for intercultural exchange, mostly regarding women’s rights to become financially independent or equal roles inside families involving money resources.
Your time and compassion can be spread on these communities for a particular help in finding their ways of social integration. In this way, from assisted, anybody can become taxpayer with chances to remain in his land.